Update 8/28/2019: The bumper arrived and I have test fit it, failed, cleaned up some excess metal and weld spatter, test fit it again, and succeeded this time! I dropped it off at a local company for powder coat, had it back in a few days and back on the jeep! Looks great and has already performed for a quick flex shot. I can't wait to take this on some harder obstacles. Update 8/16/2019: I've had the Motorcraft 2100 on the engine for a couple months now. With that, brand new hoses, and some tuning it is running quite well. While trail riding a couple of weeks ago I had some issues with the front bumper clearing some obstacles, so I've ordered a Poison Spyder BFH front bumper with a trail stinger on it. I'm quite excited to receive that and get it powder coated and on. Original: I purchased this, my first Jeep, in May of 2018 for $3,000 from a family friend who had recently passed away. It has just over 150,000 miles on it. It's currently equipped with the AMC 4.2L with the incredibly difficult Carter 2bbl carburetor. Due to a vacuum leak from the ECU plug it is first on the list to be replaced with a Motorcraft 2100 carburetor. It's sitting on a 2.5" lift kit with 31" Maxxis Bighorns mounted on Ultra 15" wheels. A Badlands 12,000 lb winch is mounted to the front bumper. Aside from those items, a cheap head unit, and a tow hitch, the vehicle appears to be in stock form. I plan for that to drastically change over the coming years.

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Front Bumper Installed

I couldn't be more happy with the service River City Offroad provided! The order shipped almost imm

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Just ordered a front bumper from River City Offroad. Looking forward to when it comes in.

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